Speech on Fire Safety Bill

Yesterday I spoke in the 2nd Reading of the Fire Safety Bill in Parliament about how it is utterly unacceptable that residential blocks in my constituency of Poplar and Limehouse and elsewhere, covered in ACM and other types of cladding, have still not had it removed.

The Government must acknowledge the difficulties that leaseholders face in particular and ensure with action – not simply words – that remediation work will not – in any circumstances whatsoever – fall on individual leaseholders in affected blocks.

See here for the full text of my contribution to the debate: https://bit.ly/2WdIPy2

Yesterday I spoke in the 2nd Reading of the Fire Safety Bill in Parliament about how it is utterly unacceptable that residential blocks in my constituency of Poplar and Limehouse and elsewhere, covered in ACM and other types of cladding, have still not had it removed.The Government must acknowledge the difficulties that leaseholders face in particular and ensure with action – not simply words – that remediation work will not – in any circumstances whatsoever – fall on individual leaseholders in affected blocks.See here for the full text of my contribution to the debate: https://bit.ly/2WdIPy2

Posted by Apsana Begum on Thursday, April 30, 2020